30 Days of Summer Safety (15-21)

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30 Days of Summer Safety - Georgia Child Passenger Safety

Day 15

Car seats and boosters provide protection for infants and children in a crash, yet car crashes are a leading cause of death for children ages 1 to 13. That's why it's so important to choose and use the right car seat correctly every time your child is in the car.


Day 16

A garden hose exposed to direct sunlight during summer can heat the water inside the hose (not flowing) to 130-140 degrees which can cause burns, especially to children and animals. Let the water flow for a few minutes to cool down before using it to spray people or animals.

Day 17

Keep pets safe in the heat

How to keep animals cool when temperatures soar...


Day 18

This weekend Crisp County celebrates its 72nd Annual Watermelon Days Festival. Whether you are participating in festivities or having your own celebration, always have a designated driver!

Day 19

This weekend Crisp County celebrates its 72nd Annual Watermelon Days Festival. There are several events scheduled that are sure to draw a crowd. Here are a few safety tips for kids in summer crowds.

  • Take a picture of your children with your cell phone when attending large public events. This photo will greatly assist public safety officials in finding your child in the event you become separated from them.
  • Point out employees of the establishment or local law enforcement personnel at the event, so they know who is safe to approach should you become separated
  • Teach kids to memorize your cell phone number.
  • Establish a plan if you separated.

Day 20

The 72nd Annual Watermelon Days Parade is almost here, and we have some parade safety tips for you and your family before the big day.

1. Arrive Early- Arriving early allows you to find a safe spot for your family prior to the heavy foot traffic.

2. Park Safely- If you can avoid it don’t park in a place that you will block traffic when the parade ends.

3. Select a Meeting Spot- Agree prior to the parade on a meeting spot in case your group becomes separated.

4. Dress for the Weather-Wear the right kind of clothes to protect you and your family from the elements.(BRING SUNSCREEN)

5. Use the Buddy System- If you are attending the parade in a group especially with your children explain the importance of using the buddy system.

6. Pay Attention to Your Children- Make sure they stay on the correct side

to avoid crossing paths with the procession.

7. Take a Safety Selfie- Take a picture of your children that shows what

they are wearing in the event you are separated.

8. Point out local first responders to your children so they know who

they can go to if they become separated and need help.

Day 21

Weather Updates for Tropical Depression Claudette